psychology

Studying the complexities of the human mind and its many functions and behaviors.

Common Dream Symbols
Many people claim they don't dream. Scientists and researchers say everyone dreams. It is just that they do not remember their dream. In fact, it has been determined that it is unhealthy for people no...
Terry Stonea month ago
Asperger Syndrome and Communication: Common Speech and Language Traits
A pervasive development disorder, Asperger's syndrome affects a child's development in many areas: behavior, thinking, socialization, and communication —both verbal and nonverbal. Here we will examine...
Letizia De Luca2 months ago
If We Listen to Our Body, It Will Tell Us the Unexpected
As strange as it may sound when something terrible happens, or whatever rejection we get, that small little crack inside our body 'hurts' in that place that we didn't even realise we had. And I am not...
Samuel Moore5 months ago
Autism
Like most people, my knowledge of autism was almost non-existent. I had even fallen into the category of people who thought autism was caused (if nothing else, than in part) by vaccines. Spoiler: They...
Diane Nivens6 months ago
ASMR: What's This All About?
So, let's kick this off with the obvious question: what is ASMR? ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It's a strange name that doesn't really explain what the thing is, but the term i...
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Kristine Renfro8 months ago
Telling the Body to Heal
Tapping into an unlimited healing ability is something everyone wants to accomplish. Can you imagine a world where that can actually happen? Can you imagine waking up with pain, being able to send ene...
Eric Hunter9 months ago
Run for Your Sober Life
Receiving treatment in Southern California comes with many perks. One of the most apparent perks is the beautiful weather that finds a surreal balance along the coastline of the Pacific Ocean. In an e...
MaKayla Dulaneya year ago
Archetypes
Who is Jung? What did he discover? Carl Gustav Jung was a Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist who we know best through his concept of the Collective Unconscious. He also proposed and developed the ide...
Makana Gravesa year ago
Autism
Autism can be tough to live with. But I have found that it’s just something that can never get in the way of your goals and dreams. Never let Autism—no matter what kind you have—get in your way of bei...
Patricia Sarkara year ago
Treating Schizophrenia with Compazine Prochlorperazine
Although it does not entirely cure it, Compazine Prochlorperazine may lessen or attenuate the symptoms of schizophrenia by regulating and eliminating abnormal stimulations in the brain.
K. M. Jamesa year ago
A Message for the Compulsive Daydreamers
I suffered a fairly influential concussion two years ago. I say influential, because I am unaware of the physical severity of it, although I am told that in the emergency room they thought, for at lea...
Jack Samuelsa year ago
What Is Dyscalculia & Could You Have It?
You have probably heard of the learning disability "Dyslexia," but its close cousin Dyscalculia rarely comes up in conversation. Despite its low-profile reputation, the disorder is actually quite comm...
LC Douglassa year ago
Why People Fear Success
Did you make a New Year's resolution? Psychology Today reported on research that found that about half of the population will make a resolution. According to Business Insider, 80 percent of people dro...
Mimo le Singea year ago
Why Do We Commit Trivial Things to Memory?
When we embark on important undertakings such as schoolwork and career endeavours, we often find the load to be overwhelming. With all the memorizing, studying, practicing, building, crafting, and per...
Duece Confucius2 years ago
Diagnosed At 23
"I want you to consider yourself on the spectrum." Certain words or sentences have a way of sticking in my head. I wasn't surprised when this one decided to stay. I was, however, surprised by the weig...
Victoria Hartley2 years ago
More than Pretty Pictures
Art Therapy is a therapy that is used in way to express one’s self in a creative way to improve their overall well being, physically and mentally. Art Therapy is “to explore with the patient the thing...
Lethal Skepticism
My life has been riddled with skepticism. I have basically embraced a Cartesian approach, where I subjected mostly everything to intense doubt and skeptical analysis. This has had its benefits, especi...
Abalean Miller2 years ago
My Definition of Loneliness
Loneliness. As a society, we have accepted loneliness to be a bad thing, but that isn’t always the case. In my almost 22 years of life, I have experienced loneliness on more than one occasion. In thos...